Event / News and Development / Workshop

Workshop | fNIRS (in Person) 11th July 2022

Venue: The University of Queensland, Brisbane

Symbiotic Devices is hosting an fNIRS Workshop as part of the ABPS Meeting 2022.

Introduction to fNIRS Measurement and Analysis

In this workshop we will conduct a simple experiment and discuss practical considerations around
fNIRS data collection and experimental design. After discussing the various software packages for
analysis we will then analyse the dataset as a group. This will include loading the data, discussing
visualisation and data quality metrics, stepping through the required preprocessing steps, and
finally performing a waveform and GLM analysis.


  • Dr. Robert Luke, Macquarie University
  • Ms. Lisa Dempsey, Symbiotic Devices
  • Ms. Agnes Iwasiw, Symbiotic Devices

The ABPS Meeting 2022 will be a combined meeting of the Australasian Society for Experimental Psychology (EPC), the Australasian Cognitive Neuroscience Society (ACNS), and the Australian Chapter of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM).

The ABPS Meeting 2022 will take place on the 11th July, 2022 at The University of Queensland, Brisbane

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Event / Workshop

Workshop | Neuroanaesthesia Simulation Course 28/05/2022

Venue: Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences at Macquarie University, Ground Floor, 2 Technology Place.

Symbiotic Devices is proudly supporting this course, participating in the panel discussion and assisting the workshop.

Also joining for the panel discussion: Sr. Field applications support Cindy Francke R. EEG/EP T. , CNIM, FWSET, MS from our trusted partner Cadwell Industries, Inc. along with Symbiotic Devices applications Specialist Diane Le.

Macquarie University is the first centre outside of the United Kingdom to deliver the One Brain Neuroanaesthesia Simulation course.

Full Course details: Macquarie University – Neuroanaesthesia simulation course (mq.edu.au)

News and Development

News | R-Net System size range expanded 18 Aug 2021


R-Net Product update - Symbiotic Devices

The R-Net System is now extended to other application fields with the release of infant and children sizes, the system significantly reduces time preparation allowing scientists more time to collect data.

The addition expands the range from infant to adult sizes.

Click here to find out more or simply contact Symbiotic Devices.

News and Development

ACNS Conference Melbourne 2018 21 Aug 2018


Symbiotic Devices will be giving a one day, hands on workshop that will explore EEG in mobile applications, along with EEG-based BCI and LSL, a toolbox for real-time interface with EEG technology.


For more information on the workshop click here.